Thank you for the comments guys. I enjoyed helping her with it. I was in college last year, so I didn't get the chance to help out. About the Gravy: We are losing weight so we don't make gravy or fry. And my parents and I don't eat the guts. Thank you for the suggestions though. Hope you are all well and that you have a good day! Holly
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Congrats on your 1st turkey. I've used the giblets in gravy as my mom did but I boil it now for my pets, pore juice over dry food & the outside cat gets the neck & the rest the dogs get as treats.... Have a great day.
Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
How poor are they that have not patience! What wound did ever heal but by degrees? ~William Shakespeare, Othello, 1604
I wanted to report that I helped mom cook the Turkey this year for Thanksgiving. It didn't turn out too bad. We sprinkled smoked paprika on it. It was delicious. Only bad thing is, I learned what happens when you don't bag the blood and guts up before you throw it away. You guessed it, the bag caved in and I had blood and guts all in the bottom of the garbage can. It was so fun cleaning that up. I will never do that again as long as I live! lol Hope you are all well have a good day! Holly
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